The instrumental music of Susan SurfTone is the subject if interviews with her, here. The 28-July-2013 interview focuses on the album TOO FAR, including working with the WAVESAUCE thermin player, and cover model/dancer Seana. Topics: instrumental, music, Susan, SurfTone, TOO FAR, WAVESAUCE, thermin, Seana
Enroute to a NYC performance with Quintron, Miss Pussycat tells us about recent Quintron & Miss Pussycat projects, such as a New Orleans Museum of Art residency and getting a song on the closing episode of Treme. Topics: Quintron, Miss Pussycat, New Orleans Museum of Art, Treme, Outsight, Radio, Hours
Manu Adnot interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 7-Apr-2013 interview we discuss with the guitarist Rules, the third release from the French progressive rock trio Sidony Box Topics: Manu, Adnot, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, guitarist, Rules, French, progressive, rock, trio,...
In these 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012 interviews, Christopher Brown of Random Touch recalls decades of progressive music and audio experimentation. The talks cover the unique duo album Duologue and co-release A True Conductor Wears A Man as well as more recent albums and projects. Often, we range off-topic to books, numerology and more. In the 2012 interview, Christopher looks back on the completed, multi-media Random Touch project with the release of the final recording of a triptych. Topics: Christopher Brown, Random Touch, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Duologue, A True Conductor Wears A Man
Trey Gunn visits Outsight Radio Hours about recording "Modulator", which is Gunn on top of a 51-minute Marco Minnemann drum solo. We also discuss other Gunn projects, including Quodia Topics: Trey Gunn, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Modulator, Marco Minnemann, Quodia
Interview with former Federal Prisoner Nick Medvecky, a.k.a. Doctor Publico, and current blogger at AmericanTribune.org. He is reflecting back to a complex world his 20 years of experience in federal penitentiaries. Topics: Doctor Publico, Outsight, Radio, Hours, AmericanTribune.org, American, Tribune
Guitarist Todd Clouser talks about blending jazz and rock in Mexico and clubs of America. We also discuss his collaboration with trumpeter Steven Bernstein. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Guitar, Todd Clouser, jazz, fusion, rock, Mexico, Steven Bernstein
This is an interview with Ian "Montag the Magnificent" Hansson, guitarist and vocalist for surf rock band Great White Caps. We talk about this band's projects and plans and the history of surf rock in America. Topics: interview, Ian, Montag, Magnificent, Hansson, guitarist, surf rock, Great White Caps
This is the 15 November 2009 interview with the man behind post-punk sonic pranksters Leisure Class. That is, drummer Glenn Johnson. We hear about the history and jester mentality of Leisure Class and the unusual situation of Glenn Johnson being on stage backing up Wild Man Fischer. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, post-punk, Leisure Class, drummer, Glenn Johnson, Wild Man Fischer
This interview with Ric Byer, aka 05Ric, is about blld. blld is his collaboration with Markus Reuter that picks up where the King Crimson album Thrak left off. We discuss with Ric his engineered advancements on bass design and future of blld. Topics: outsight radio hours, ric byer, 05ric, markus reuter, thrak, king crimson, blld, bass
Rick "Rick Ruiner" Lappin on Outsight Radio Hours cover their albums "Postapocalipstick World" and "How's That Grab Ya?" Topics: Ruiners, Rick, Ruiner, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Lappin, Postapocalipstick, How's That Grab Ya
Interviews with Beth Custer on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 20-Jan-2013 interview, we discuss her history with Club Foot Orchestra and success in a DVD reissue of 20s Georgian film 'My Grandmother' with an original score. Topics: Beth Custer, Outsight Radio Hours, Outsight, interview, Club Foot Orchestra, DVD, reissue, 20s,...
In this 21-October-2012 interview, Dinah Cancer talks about the 45 Grave album "Pick Your Poison" and more on Outsight Radio Hours. Topics: interview, deathrock, Dinah Cancer, 45 Grav, Pick Your Poison, Outsight, Radio, Hours
Old School and proud of it, poet Heather Haley recalls her involvement in the early Canadian punk scene with The Zellots in more. On the eve of the release of her Aural Heather CD of spoken word songs, Princess Nut, we also here how this is a progression of her earlier spoken word and song projects. Topics: Heather Haley, Outsight Radio Hours, Outsight Radio, Outsight, Zellots, The Zellots, Aural Heather,...
Susan SurfTone on Outsight Radio Hours. The 28-Jul-2013 interview is about the groovy and cool "Too Far" CD, it's splash of theremin, cover model Seana, and more. Topics: Susan, SurfTone, Outsight, Radio, Hours, surf, theremin, seana
Andy Palmer interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours 18-Aug-2013 on his indie release HAZARD OF THE DIE, Buddhism, and turning from a public defender to a musician. Topics: Andy Palmer, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, HAZARD OF THE DIE, Buddhism, public defender
Creative home recording artist Dan Susnara interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours the 21-April-2013 interview is focused on his new breadwinter project. In 2014 Dan returned to talk about his more recent creations, which are becoming less collages and more compositional. These podcasts are preserved as Mixcloud cloudcasts. Topics: home, recording, Dan, Susnara, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, breadwinter
In this interview with Asylum Street Spankers vocalist Christina Marrs, we discuss the group's "agnostic gospel" album "God's Favorite Band." We hear about the long association of the group with gospel music, sometimes from an irreverant direction. Christina also tells about the her success in leading the group's audio engineering duties, such as on "Mommy Says No!", the award-winning, family-friendly album from the group. Topics: Christina Marrs, Asylum Street Spankers, gospel, outsight, radio, hours
In this 20-Jan-2008 interview with Andrew Low of Jazz June we discuss working in music stores, moving to London with his British wife, his punk-ish solo project Wake Up Dead Topics: interview, Andrew Low, Jazz June, music stores, London, Wake Up Dead, Outsight, Radio, Hours
Author Bruce Pollock interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about his book "If You Like The Beatles..." We discuss the book which covers what inspired The Beatles, the group's impact, and how their influence is still felt in music today. Topics: Author, Bruce Pollock, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Beatles, influence
Scanner talks about working with The Post Modern Jazz Quartet on "Blink of an Eye" and the subtle touch of embedding his sounds into those of the New York jazz ensemble. We talk about other Scanner projects and included is a vintage chat with Scanner from April, 2001 or earlier, we can't be sure... Topics: scanner, professor, robin rimbaud, matthew shipp, outsight, radio, hours, Post Modern Jazz Quartet,...
Turkish avant-garde composer Erdem Helvacioglu interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. The 16-Dec-2012 interview touches on the project with Bill Walker "Bonneville Mirage Fields & Fences" along with Helvacioglu's works "Freedom To The Black" and "Eleven Short Stories" (Innova Recordings) Topics: Turkish, avant-garde, composer, Erdem, Helvacioglu, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Bill Walker,...
Publicist Bryan Farrish interview 2011-02-20 on Outsight Radio Hours. Farrish gives an insider's account of building reputation and visibility through direct communiction to DJs, finding gig opportunities in such places as churches, and the true value of digital servicing. Digital Servicing is a common industry practive now, but new artists may have an inflated view of its value, based on Farrish's professional experience. Topics: Farrish, Bryan, Outsight, Radio, Hours, music, publicist, digital, servicing, promotion
These Days Between Stations include a 25-Nov-2007 interview with Sepand Samzadeh about the group's debut and literary inspiration. The 7-July-2013 interview finds ORH catching up with the duo through Oscar Fuentes Bills' updates on the sophomore release including working with Yes member Billy Sherwood, the now deceased prog musician Peter Banks, and more. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Days Between Stations, Sepand Samzadeh, Oscar, Fuentes Bills, Billy...
Interviewed here is Jay Allen Sanford, Todd Loren's right hand man and co-creator of Rock 'N' Roll Comics. He is featured in the documentary The Story Of Rock 'n' Roll Comics and we talk about the doc as well as the comic line's past and future. Topics: Jay Allen Sanford, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Todd, Loren, Rock 'N' Roll Comics
Joe Oestreich recalls decades in Ohio stalwart rockers Watershed on Outsight Radio Hours and his indie memoir "Hitless Wonder" Topics: Joe, Oestreich, Ohio, Watershed, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Hitless Wonder
Irish fiddler Cady Finlayson is best known for her Irish music expertise. We talk about that and how and why she took her career in a Celtic direction. However, Finlaysonâs latest release, Electric Green, is a collaboration with French guitarist Vita Tanga that goes well beyond traditional Celtic boundaries. The idea began with musical experimentation during an electric guitar and fiddle performance in New York City. "It was at this total dive bar, and I wasn't sure how the traditional... Topics: Irish, fiddle, Cady Finlayson, Celtic, Electric Green, Vita Tanga, outsight, radio, hours, interview
Long-time Testament tour manager Mark Workman is interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about his book "One for the Road: How to Be a Music Tour Manager".Mick McDonald of National Rock Review is also on hand for some questions that cover the book, tour experiences, Slayer, Anthrax, and more. Topics: Testament, Mark Workman, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, One for the Road, Music, road, Manager,...
Author Kent Gustavson on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 24-February-2013 interview we discuss his book on Doc Watson, "Blind But Now I See: The Biography of Music Legend Doc Watson". Topics: Author, Kent, Gustavson, Outsight, Radio, Hours, interview, Doc Watson
This is an interview with Mike Haskins of the first generation punk band Nervebreakers. He recalls gigs with Roky Erickson and The Sex Pistols while telling us of the groupâs current and future projects. Topics: Nervebreakers, mike haskins, Outsight, Radio, Hours, punk, Roky Erickson, get hip, Sex Pistols
Guitarist Bill Anderson (Poison 13, The Meat Purveyors) of Churchwood interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about Churchwood, the influence of Captain Beefheart and his Chicago roots Topics: Guitarist, Bill Anderson, Poison 13, Meat Purveyors, Churchwood, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Captain...
Here are two interviews with Klive Humberstone. One is from 1-May 2011 and the other predates May 2007. The more recent one covers Blind Sound, the use of ITN music in trailers such as for "Game of Thrones", and the early influence of Joy Division Topics: In the Nursery, itn, klive, humberstone, Outsight, Radio, Hours, joy division, game of thrones
This interview with musician and music creator Mark Growden focuses on his âSt. Judas" CD. His first in 8 years, it is produced by Oz Fritz, who works with Tom Waits, and several of Waits' players are on the record, as well. We explore the Tom Waits connection through the Bay Area scene and Growdenâs associations beyond, such as COVERT. This is the site-specific concert series Growden co-produces with famed artist John Law. Topics: outsight, radio, hours, interview, mark, growden, st. judas, john law, tom waits, oz fritz
Jose Carmen of The Copper Gamins on Outsight Radio Hours. In this 5-May-2013 interview from central Mexico, Jose discusses inspiration from The White Stripes and bringing together a group like The Copper Gamins in such a remote location. Topics: Jose Carmen, Copper Gamins, Outsight, Radio, Hours, interview, Mexico, White Stripes
Get more info at: http://www.garylucas.com On 9 August 2009 Outsight Radio Hours was graced with the presence of Gary Lucas (Gods & Monsters, Fast ânâ Bulbous). We talked about the new album Waxed Oop by Fast 'n' Bulbous which features largely instrumental explorations of the Captain Beefheart songbook. Lucas also generously shares with us details of us association with Captain Beefheart and how that made him early on an evangelist for the Captain. Lucas also gives us an overview of the... Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Gary Lucas, Gods & Monsters, Fast & Bulbous, Waxed Oop, Captain...
Adrian H of Adrian H & The Wounds interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about doing vintage-feelign goth-rock without guitars, backing David J, and weird Austin. Topics: Adrian H, wounds, Outsight, Radio, Hours, goth, David J, Austin
In this live phone interview, Kevin Healy, aka Geordie Skuffle, tells us of recording legendary rock songs played totally unplugged. As Skuffle, there are no electric instruments involved, no synthesizers, no drum kit. Healy talks of choosing the songs and working with other West End professional theatric musicians on the project. Topics: Kevin Healy, Geordie Skuffle, covers, Skuffle, West End
Billy Synth recalls in a Dec-2012 interview how the investment in an Arp Odyssey synthesizer transformed his work with Blue Ice into synth-punk rebels Billy Synth and the Turn Ups. In a chat on 27-Jan-2013 he recounts the seminal Psychedelic Unknowns series of compilations he put together. Topics: Billy Synth, Outsight Radio Hours, Outsight, Arp, Odyssey, synthesizer, Blue Ice, TurnUps, Turn...
After too many years, Derek Paul DePrator is once again on Outsight Radio Hours.The previous audio seems irrevocably lost, although an echo remains in this review I did of Derek's then current recording: http://www.modernfix.com/uncategorized/cdderek_deprator_tom_schult-2/The audio archived here is from the 2-Mar-2014 interview where we discuss the inspiration of John Fahey and Nashville as a place of inspiration. Topics: Derek, Paul, DePrator, blues, folk, Outsight, Radio, Hours, john, fahey, nashville
In this 9 December 2007 episode, we meet drummer George Agassi of Montreal’s Terminal Sunglasses. This avant-punk band put out its own LP over twenty years ago and it still sounds fresh, fun and feisty. Terminal Sunglasses was compiled on Vol. 4 of the Shielded by Death compilation and stands out in that collection for its originality. Topics: interviews, music, outsight, geoge agassi, terminal sunglasses, new wave, post punk, shielded by...
From http://www.barryschrader.com/ Barry Schrader (born Barry Walter Schrader, June 26, 1945, Johnstown, Pennsylvania) is an American composer specializing in electro-acoustic (primarily electronic) music. His compositions for electronics, dance, film, video, mixed media, live/electro-acoustic music combinations, and real-time computer performance have been presented throughout the world. Schrader has been acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times as "a composer born to the electronic... Topics: Barry Schrader, interviews, Outsight, Radio, Hours.eam, electro-acoustic
In this 24-March-2013 interview we speak to the author David McConnell about his exploration of homophobic "hate crimes" and lethal "gay panic" encounters in his book American Honor Killings: Desire and Rage Among Men Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, interview, author, David, McConnell, homophobic, hate crimes, gay panic,...
In this 21-October-2012 interview, Dinah Cancer talks about the 45 Grave album "Pick Your Poison" and more on Outsight Radio Hours. Topics: interview, deathrock, Dinah Cancer, 45 Grav, Pick Your Poison, outsight, radio, hours
Label curator Andy Votel chats live on Outsight Radio Hours about the origins and plans of B-Music, Finders Keepers Records and Twisted Nerve. Topics: Andy Votel, Outsight Radio, Outsight, Outsight Radio Hours, B-Music, Finders Keepers Records,...
Avant-pop composer Joseph Keckler discusses his album Featured Creatures, growing up in Michigan, composing in New York, the Fiji Mermaid, and future plans. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Joseph Keckler, Featured Creatures, fiji mermaid
Little Fyodor interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. We talk about BOYD RICE PRESENTS: THE VERY BEST OF LITTLE FYODOR'S GREATEST HITS! and Little Fyodor's own album's as well as early inspiration by the banned Ramones track "Carbona not Glue" Topics: Little Fyodor, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, BOYD RICE, Ramones, Carbona not Glue
Author Tony Fletcher on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 10-February-2013 interview we discuss his book on the Smiths, "A Light That Never Goes Out: The Enduring Saga of the Smiths". Topics: Author, Tony Fletcher, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Smiths
Susan Surtfone interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. We talk about her craft as a surf guitarist and how the album "Shore" followed on critical listening and appreciation of such classic greats as The Doors and Sha Na Na. Topics: Susan, Surtfone, interview, Yasinski, Outsight, Radio, Hours, surf, guitarist, Shore, Doors, Sha Na...